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A new band in town

W hispers and rumors: things we all grow accustomed to hearing and passing on, living in such a small town. Having heard a couple of particularly good ones this summer about a new band in Juneau, I've been waiting for something tenable to check out.
Get ready for the Southeast Rap Explosion, part two

Happy new year, fellow music lovers! Hope you all enjoyed your holiday seasons; I certainly did. I spent lots of time catching up with old friends and lost sleep from the fall semester at UAS, and I hosted my final Wet Wednesday Jam Night out at Squire's Rest. Thanks to all who made it a good run for the past couple of months! I'm looking very much forward to establishing a similar gig in the downtown area in the near future. But now to our topic of the week: The Southeast Rap Explosion 2 concert, happening at the Rendezvous this Saturday night.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...Mortenson and Danielle Landis was the only women's team entrant, posting a time of 1:23:33. The top youth team was Tyler Preston, Karl Chaudray and Cameron Spence, with a time of 1:26:06. - Ketchikan Daily News Craig Waverunners swim camp...
Students reap awards at science fair

...and Safety Award, Ashley Kelly; American Meteorological Society, Sara Cohen, Paige Corona; Navy Award Physics, Tyler Preston; Navy Award Biochemistry, Patrick Hoke, Kibby Devon; Navy Award Env. Science, Rose Stanley; American Psychological...
Two-act rock show held Friday at UAS

...for non-students. A drawing for free CDs will be held at the intermission break. The Viper Scene is a blues, rock and reggae fusion band and Captain Angry is a classic rock band. For more details, contact Tyler Preston at 209-6153.
Southeast students protest tuition hikes

...increase, and raised questions about whether it was needed. They held a rally Thursday at the campus in Juneau. Tyler Preston, student body president at UAS, said the increase was too big, and not sufficiently explained. "Mostly our problem...
Local students gain national recognition for science projects

Two Juneau-Douglas High School students have received national recognition for projects entered in this year's Southeast Alaska Regional Science Fair: Lia Domke and Kaitelyn McDonald. Both of the students' projects centered around the effects of ocean acidification on the environment.
New Americorps volunteers eager to 'get things done'

At 4 p.m. Thursday, 30 new Americorps volunteers were sworn into the program following a week of intensive training to prepare them for service. The ceremony took place at the Juneau Ranger District Office on Mendenhall Loop Road.
UAS program hits its peak on Denali

...of the new degree program. "I think it's awesome! I'm really excited," she said. "Personally, I really want go to South America next, maybe Patagonia." News clerk Tyler Preston can be reached at
Literacy through storytelling

A book by Juneau's own award-winning storyteller and educator Brett Dillingham was recently named a finalist for the Distinguished Achievement Award by the Association of Educational Publishers. For more than 40 years, the AEP Awards have provided international recognition for educational products that set benchmarks to which the rest of the industry can aspire.


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